The National Review’s Byron York

The National Review’s Byron York reports on Republican fears that one or more Senate contest will result in a court challenge. The most likely candidates are Minnesota (over absentee ballots), South Dakota (fraudulent voting on the Indian reservations), and Missouri (the usual irregularities, plus something called “provisional voting,” whereby people who may not be registered are allowed to vote pending a later determination of their eligibility).

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